Field Reports

News and views from the Field team

News

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    You’ll Never Walk Alone (unless you’re Owen Smith)

    The leadership result on Saturday is a defining moment for the future of the Labour Party. Only the most...

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    The Return of the Yellow Peril

    The Party Conference season got underway with a low-key gathering of the Liberal Democrats in Brighton. Reduced to just eight MPs...

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    All Change Please

    Same sized Parliamentary boundaries has long been an ambition of the Conservative Party’s top brass. The feeling that the...

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    Going, Going, Camer-Gone

    As the Theresa May premiership gets into its stride, there will be one less familiar face watching from the...

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    Sturgeon’s Independent Approach

    For some, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon still feels like a breath of fresh air, yet as she approaches...

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    May’s Grammar Lesson

    Less than two months into the job, and Theresa May finally started to experience the reality of political gravity...

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    Honour Role

    After a week of speculation about the likelihood of a list packed with mates, advisors and donors, David Cameron’s...

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    UKIP Post Brexit

    UKIP may yet have the last laugh, but right now the Party is suffering a post-Farage hangover, followed by...

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    The First Week of May

    After her first week in office, Theresa May has yet to put a well-heeled foot wrong. In any new...

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    And Then There Were Two

    It’s been another dramatic and turbulent week in the Labour Party but one thing is now clear: the upcoming...

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    The Hard Work Begins

    Theresa May wakes this morning to the immensity and responsibility of the role she now has, with our nearest...

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    When Things Fall Apart

    While events in France rightly pushed Labour’s political crisis down the news, there is no escaping that Labour is...

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    The Plan is … to Get a Plan

    Cast your mind back to the heady days when politics was more predictable. Remind yourself of the phrases recycled...

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    Theresa May Win, Can Andrea Catch Up?

    To paraphrase Churchill, still a Tory touchstone, the Tory Leadership is not at the beginning of the end, but...

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    “For Heaven’s Sake Man – Go”

    Every day brings a new low for Jeremy Corbyn but still the man clings to power like a limpet...

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